Popular public figure Julie Gichiri has come out gun blazing revealing that she doesn’t trust men who don’t drink, and so do other sexy women.
In what appears to be a silent endorsement to lovers of the bottle and a direct attack to those who don’t drink, the public personality went ahead to give reasons backing her stand.
“Men who don’t drink are a pathetic lot. Believe you me. And this is something shared by majority of women. ” She divulged.
To begin with, this crop of men have too many ugly secrets to hide and other hidden lifestyles. Alcohol’s influence is a sure way to extract information from any man. You’ll love the sight of half drunk memories sharing freely and revealing their secrets and the fear of it is probably the top reason why the other weak and desolate men avoid the alcohol.
You’ll probably not find a mean person in the twelve bars nearest to you. If by chance you find one mean person, then he’s a part time subscriber to the school of mean people. Even then, he abandons his weak habits at the door of the bar and picks it on his way out.
Those who are in love with being weak will never step into a bar. The thought of buying a round for their friends makes them lose appetite and they sweat behind their legs.
They’re mean, mean and stingy.
You want a boring person?
You’ll find him not anywhere near a drinking joint. Drink joints are never boring. Boredom fears that place excessively. The further away someone keeps from the lovely drinking parlours and points, the higher the boring percentage in that person. Largely contributed by their extra careful approach to life, as if they’re the first people on earth.
Judgemental, too careful about life, choosy and boring.
Many women have confessed that drunks are very romantic. Especially on Thursday nights.
The few negative cases you’ve heard of women protesting that their men are too drunk to do anything in bed are malicious filth and concocted propaganda being spread by hating cartels and their surrogates quite envious of the healthy and invigorating luscious 💋 brews.”
Looking for an exciting, generous, romantic and “hardworking” husband?
Let’s meet at your nearest bar. If I get late, strike a conversation with the man nearest you. If he offers to take you home, don’t think twice.
Julie Gichiri is a character only existing in the writer’s imagination and has no connection with any person, animal or bird whether dead or alive.
The writing is purely for entertainment purposes and the writer will not take responsibility for any broken relationship, twisted perception or failed business by soft drink and juice sellers should all their customers end up camping in bars.